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Getting back on track

i did so well for a year and a half and then lost it the last 6 months. i have joined the new you bootcamp to try and get back on track. i do like going to the gym, but have some other things pulling at my time. i'm hoping the bootcamp will help me fit in bits of concentrated exercise.
i did so well for a year and a half and then lost it the last 6 months. i have joined the new you bootcamp to try and get back on track. i do like going to the gym, but have some other things pulling at my time. i'm hoping the bootcamp will help me fit in bits of concentrated exercise.




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Member Since: 7/16/2006

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My Goals:
1) keep up with an exercise program
2) eat out less and make better choices when i do eat out
3) ride bicycle
4) figure out how to continue testing bakery recipes without eating too much of the result

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jumping in by joining new you bootcamp and tracking food for a couple of weeks to see problem spots

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originally from central Virginia, lived in SF Bay area for 11 years, now in Atlanta

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LEEEBIRD
1/20/2009 10:23:00 AM

Woo! This sounds great! I have to be at work by 8:30, but planned on trying to get here by 7:45-8:00am to be able to change, etc before getting the day started so that might just work out perfect. Plus I would still have to get from downtown to up here (do you work downtown or am I assuming that?), so it might just work out after all! I checked out bikeforums.net and will definitely keep reading the section on commuting; the site is fantastic! I like all the firsthand knowledge and advice. I agree about starting the ride on the weekends, to get a feel for the best route and to see how long it takes (and work up the strength and energy to do it all), so I'd totally be down to do that (when it's not 22 degrees!). I'm going to take my bike to get tuned up and ready for longer rides (last time I did a 30 mile ride on it and it was acting up) this weekend or next, so let me know when you want to start riding!! emoticon



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